The Franklin Times 1
LODI8IUIO, I. C, FEW AT, ACGrST 18, 1*9
UK. ?. W. FOBD DEAD
* * 1
One of Loalsbarg?g Leading CI Use as
Pauses Away Early Hoaday ? Fnn
eral Taesday Afteraoen From BmI
Loulsburg was wrapped tn sorrow
early Monday morning when announ
cement was made' that Mr. George W.
Ford, one of Its most Influential and
substantial citizens was dead. Mr.
Forfl was taken 111 only about a week
before his death, but his condition
was not considered serious until
pneumonia developed on Friday from
which time reports from TiKbedsIdT
were eagerly sought and always with
the-tarpe of being better, showing him
on the road to recovery.
Mr. Fori "was In his seventy -t&ird
~ year and had lived a long and useTul
life. Coming to Loulsburg soon af
ter the Civil war he began his career,
starting at >he bultuui will! OBly WM
Indomitable energy, ability and -deter
mination, From the time of his en
trance Into the life of Loulsburg he
was successful and added both to his
store and to the town and community.
Although Mr? Ford was classed as a
conservative he was also progressive.
_He was most always found on the tor
? ? ward side of all questions. He was
in the moulding and completing of all
improvements enjoyed by the citizens
of this community and his death will
be quite a loss to each Individual of
the county. In recognition of his
public Interests he has been honored
by the people Of Loulsburg by having
been repeatedly elected to member
. 5p on the Board of Town Commls
: . Tiers for a long number of years,
i. ng 'which tlme-the town has made
t - wonderful progress that It haa
h without the recognition of one
w,i. .-d not frequently visited It.
li; i.ts private life he waB generous
and i! \?e and many are the families In
the more needy , circumstances that
will miss his charitable and friendly
influence. In his home he was a most
gentle and loving parent and husband
and a neighbor that was greatly prized
by all whose pleasure it was to be so
situated that they could fully realize
He was married twice, first to Miss
Alice Singleton, to whom one
son was born and who now survives,
Dr. S. C. Ford, of Frankllnton, sec
ond to MiH Lula Stegall, to which un*
ion two children were born, Mrs. F.
H. Allen and Mr. Edward S. Ford,
both of whom now survives. He 18
also survived by his wife, Mrs. Ford.
The funeral services were held from
the home on Main Street at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, all business in
town being suspended and business
houses closed during the service which'
was conducted by Rev. G. F. Smith,
pastor of the Methodist Church, as
sisted by Rev. J. A. Mclver, pastor- of
the Baptist Church . A qjiolr sweetly
sang "Jesus Lover of My Soul" and
after the scriptural reading "Nearer
My God To Thee", after which the re
mains of the deceased were taken to
Oaklawn Cemetery and laid to rest In
the family square. The services at
the grave were especially impressive
and the special music appropriate.
And the profusion &f beautiful kow
ers were doubly .expressive of the high
esteem and great loVe and respect
which he enjoyed from his fellows In
life. The large umber in attendance
at the services was only exoeeded pos*
sibly, by the number who paid a. last
tribute to our late Governor Blckett.
The pallbearers were W. H. Yarbor
ough' P. B. Griffin, A. W. Person,
W. B. Tucker, F. R. Pleasants, P. 8.
Allen, T. W. Watson.
The bereaved family has the deep
est sympathy of the entire community.
At a special meeting of the Board
of Commissioners of the Town of
Loulsburg, held Ai^wst 14th, 1822,
the following resolution wu unani
Resolved, That we note with pro
found sorrow the vacant chair at our
board so long and so usefully filled by
our deceased member, G, W, Ford,
and we flgglre to make oupnanent re
cord upon ~t?e" minutes body of
our appreciation of the splendid and
faithful service he through so many
years rendered our town and commu
nity. That in his passing, Loulsburg
suffers an Irreparable low tor be haa
been first among Its oltlaena in seal,
and ever for its up-bulldlng and ma
terial progress, and by his unfailing
charity and greatness of heart had en
deared himself to all classes of our
Resolved Further, That we tender
our deepest sympathy to the members
of the bereaved family.
That a copy ot these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes ot this board
and a copy be furnished the FRANK
LIN TIMES and the News-ObMrrer.
Resolve^, That as a further tribute
ot rwpect to his memory our Munici
pal building be draped fo? a period
of thirty ,dr.ys.
NO BOND TAX IN BUNN DISTRICT
Through an srror a tax levy ot 10
cents on the one hnndred dollars worth
of property In Bnnn School District
to retire bonds found Its war in the'
records the first Monday. Register
of Deeds Holden Informs us this has
been rtriokan M aa H w as not asked
for. Therefore those tn this district
?who rsad in last weeks TIMES of the
10 cent levy need have no uneasiness
as it has bee* esmoelled, , Ji V
BATTERY "V 117U F. A. If. C. JT. ft.
The following latter has be&u re
ceived from Lieut. T. W. Raffia and
will be read with much Interest by
our many reader*:
Camp Brags, N. C.
Aug. 10th. 1922.
Mr. A. P. Johnson,
Editor Franklin Times,
Lcutsburg, N. C.
Dear Mr. Johnson
Thinking probably that you, and
the people of the county might be in
terested to know how Battery "B" Is
taking to caryp life, I am snatching a
few minuted from my military duties
to give you all a brief account of the
Battery's life since lea ring home. We
left with a fine breakfast and the
greatest quantity of food tor dinner
also, thankB tn Maj ft g RhiUIa Mr
P. B. Griffin, Mrs. G. A. Ricks and
the other ladles and gentlemen who
so kindly extended the men this splen
"prbruseln't^^ egression's el" appre^
We reached camp about six o'clock
in the afternoon, detrained immediate
ly and marched about one mile to our
quarters, which consist of regular py
ramidial tents housing eight men each
Mess Sergeant J. C. Harklns was on
hiB job and served a good supper, In
short order and the battery turned In
for the night. Promptly at 6.45 A.
M. the bugle sounded reveille and
seventy-one clvWa'ns turned lnto~ sol
diers . We round our instructors cour
teous gentlemen all, and the men have
responded in a spirit of willingness
that does every officer's heart good.
At the first officer's call Battery "B"
was complimented for the military
courtesy they had shown for the two
preceedlng days. Our record being
not a single call down for failure to
salute, **hlch record, X am sorry to
say, was not made by the other bat
teries In our batallion. Today It was
read out in the regimental headquar
ters officer's meeting that Battery "B"
bad the cleanest kitchen in the camp,
which means that Battery "B" out
ranked all North Carolina and Virgin
ia outfits now in training here. The
credit for this honor Is due to the
ability ot Sgt. J. C. HarklnB and the
general co-operation of all the men.
We are proud of this record. And as
an officer of the Battery in charge of
the guns, I am personally proud Of the
showing the men have made In hand
ling the howitzers. I had no Idea
that they would fall into their duties
so qutckly. There Is a Spirit of alert*
ness to duty thruout the entire battery,
The men like their duties, which while
stringent allow plenty of time for re
creation. About three hundred yards
from camp, we have a splendid swim
ming pool to cool off in. One quarter
of a mile from us is located the theatre
where good moving pictures are
shown each evening. Close by also
is a canteen where ice cream, Boft
drinks and etc. are obtainable.
--The afternoons are devoted largely
to baseball and other games, with oc
casional trips to Fayettevllle. In brief
Franklin County's Battery ot artil
lery id making a splendid showing
and the men are having a good time.
Again thanking eyerybbdy tor all
courtesies shown us, personally, and
In behalf of all the battery.
Y. W. A. MEETING
The Young Woman's Auxiliary of
the Louisburg Bapist Church met with
Miss May Cooper Tuesday night, Au
gust 15. The roll was called and'flle
minutes of the last meeting read and
approved, after which the following
program was rendered:
Song ? Take Time to Be Holy.
Prayer ? by Mrs. Walter Gllmore.
Scripture lesson, Matthew 8:1-5 ? by
Mrs. J. A. Mclver. ?
Talk o ft "Prayer" ? by Mrs. J. A.
Following the study of our home
mission book "Old Trails and New"
was taken up. the study betng conduc
ted by Mies May Cooper, with Misses
Beulah Cooper, Virginia Perry, Iantha
Plttman, Mattle Allen assisting la the
Prayer ? by Mrs. J. A. Mclver.
Duet, "The Nearer, The Sweeter" ?
by Mrs. Walter Oilmore and Mrs. J.
A. Mclver. ?
Otoslng prayer? by MIbb Blaache
After the meeting a delicious Ice
course waa served . The following
were preeent: Mr*. J. O. Newell,
Mrs. J. 8. Howell, Mrs. C. O. Hud
son, Mrs. J. A. Mclver. Misses Lucy
T. Allen, Virginia Perry. Mattle Allea
Beulah Cooper, Neb Hlnes, Luoy Ba
ker, Nannie Hall Hale, Iantha Plttman,
May Cooper, Esther Andrews, and vis
iters Mrs. Walter Oilmore, Mrs. Q.
H. Cooper and Miss Blanche Barrln
MR. P. A. REAVI8 MOTES TO RAL
Mi1. P. A. Reavls, who ha* made his
home in Louisburg for twenty years
or niore left Tuesday to make his fu
ture home In Raleigh. He will be
engaged in the brokerage and com
mission business In Ms new home and
Mr. H. O. Harrison will continue his
wholesale business In Louisburg.
Their many friends here regret to
lose Mr. Reavis and his family and
commend them to the good people of
his newly adopted home. What Louis
burg recognises as a distinct loss )s
Raleigh's gain. We congratulate our
If necessity Is the mother of Inven
tion, why do we have saxaphonesT ..
FARBTERS DISAPPOINTED AT
INITIAL PRICKS FOB WTEB
Wilson, Aug. IS. ? Hundreds of (row
ers who had followed the policy of
"Walt and tee" In the hop* of ??wnl
ly high prices on the opening sale* of
the warehouse floors in Wilson, wen
doomed to disappointment today. ?
in spite of a tendency to rata* the
price on the lowest grades, there was
evident disappointment UuU the batter
grades did not-brlng higher pricaa. In
very tew Instances reaching flfty cents
More marketing contracts were sign
ed In the town of Wilson tbday than
in the history of the Tobacco Growers'
Cooperative Marketing Association.
Held Xass Xe?ln*
Following the insistent demand of
the growers. ? miss hMm of tam
ers was called in the court boose aad
the court -room was filled u> uvwfluw
lng with every seat, aisle and window
nlll ruimUQj tutmixu .W
listened Intently and broke Into shouts
of applause at the message of R. M.
Worft and Mr. .Blanks, the Kentuck
lans, who were hastily summoned from
other points to make their last appeal
today to tlte farmers of (Eastern Caro
Xneh K nth atlas ?
Never In the entire ?"T?ip of the
association have tobacco growers
shown such enthusiasm tor cooperative
marketing as that expressed In the
cheers of 300 growers which echoed
from the court house windows In tba
streets of Wilson. The loyal inias
bera of the association crowded so fast
Into the court room that many non
signers were unable to gain entrance,
and when a show ot hands were called
for, 90 per cent of thofee present wa^g.
seen to be members of the marketing
association. More than halt ot those
who failed to raise their hands aa
members Joined the association on tUa
last day of the campaign.
Speaks to Growers
R. M. Works, Kentucky member of
the Burley Pool, said:
"In 1920 we continued to give our
| tobacco away to the tune of 10 cents a
| ponnd where it cost us 26 cents to
' make it, but today we have redrled our
green tobacco, kept a good per cent
of our best tobaccos and sold a large
lot ot the common green tobacco
which would have gone tor 3 and 4
cents at auction tor 23 cents and mil
lions of pounds more tor 18 cents.
That is co-operative marketing."
John Blanks, another Kentucky
grower and member of the Barley Pool
s&id: "The tobacco companies are
our friends vd customers. The rea
son they have taken our tobacco for
low prices Is that we have dumped it
down and begged them to pay us
what they could instead of mercbaa
dising It like business men as the co
operative associations have now begun
A glowing report of the operation
| of the board inul ers was brought te
I the mass meeting ot tobacco growers
in Wilson by J. L. Barnes, tobacco
farmer at Kenly. who witnessed the
co-operative warehouses at Lumber -
ton in action last Monday.
"I have had 16 or 17 years experience
in marketing tobacco in Wilson, as
my friends In this meeting know" said
Mr. Barnes and declared cooperative
marketing "Is the cleanest, nicest-sys
tem of handling tobacco I have ever
seen and the grading the finest".
The first day's operation of the auc
tioning markets has unquestionably
started a strong movement ot the un
signed farmers of Eastern Carolina
towards cooperative marketing.
RETURNS FBOV HOl'SE PARTY
Misses Josephine Harris, of Rocky
Mount, Elizabeth Crowson. of Sump
ter, 8. C.. Pearl Wiggins, ot Wendell
Margurlte Harris, of Wake Pbreet. Jose
phine Fuller, of near Xoalabarg. and j
Mary Gray Harris, ot near Toaags
vllle, who have been on a house party
at the home of Miasee Lacy and Klli
abeth Tlmberlake have returned to
their respective homes.
A PLAT AT Itmil
On Friday night at half past eight'
come to Bunn and don't be late; "Cran ]
berry Corners" Is the play which we I
hope and trust will take the day. The |
proceeds tor the school will go so be .
on time Instead of slotr- The admis
sion 16c and 36c will be. To (ford |
this pay Is easy yon see. On A ages' ,
26 we expect you here. To an enter- 1
talnment you'll Ilka to hear
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
The Ken more Circle of the Baptist
Woman's Missionary Society met with
Mrs. J. L. Collier Monday afternoon |
This being their first ? eating the time ]
was entirely taken up la the, electtoa j
of oftlcprs. Mrs. Wlngate Underbill i
Is the leader of this circle. Mrs. Collier ,
was elected Chairman. Mrs. Base !
Treasurer and Mrs. Wails, Secretary, i
Those present were Mtiartsinin R. w |
Hudson, W. Freeman, K. L. Llles. W. !
R. Bass. D. L. Wells, and Mrs. Col
lier, Visitors Miasee l*wa Barlboto .
mew, Lillian Perry and Lola Strtck- 1
land. . - I
WELFARE RENDERS SERVICE
Supt. K. C. Perry returned the past
week from Gaston la where be placed
Bessie Lancaster la the Orthopaedic I
hospital. He also took Robert Hot- i
ton to Ralaigh to andergo aa opera
tion on his ?yea.
LOnsBl E? COLLEGE MOM
^ ^ TO ?r*H AG A 171
Louisburg Collage will gf? tor its
120th seemoo on TharM
7. The nev^fraUnc.
Moha. reports that tW
tall achbol u4 >
are good. Fur
mt Mr Mohns-C
the field rtaiUaf ,
acquainted. HU itineracy tea taken
kin from Virginia, to Soath Carolina
aad everywhere ke levmts a splendid
welcome and a good acfcool spirit.
Tha college buildiags are Mag rapid
ly pal in shape tor the openhtf -wkich
is Only three weeks away. The rac
"nllon rooms are being refuruiahed
? wails of roona aad kails Mn;
?aisled, and Bock equlpasent added.
It is planned to make tke tatertors as
attrmriiTe and pleasing as passible.
"JTn nti plea
[Ike faculty." says Pres. Mo&a. -tor the
w year, one of the beat, wa believe,
that Louis burg College has ever had.
<^r people who desire the very beat
tor their chlldrea will look f*c before
they find a better trained, a more ex
perienced. or a more coasecratad Chris
tian faculty than the oao brought to
gether at Louisbarg College." Tke
faculty tor the year 1S12-J3 Is as fol
T.1 F scatty aad lastraetan.
?J|rtkur W. Mohn. President ? Ohio
Northern University; B. L... Ohio W?
(Jayaa University. Graduate student
of University of Chicago.
Miss Sallie P. Betts. Dean of Women
and Professor of Sub-Freah Depart
?l ? Graduate, Greensboro College;
Student in Columbia University aad
^Teacher In Littleton Collage.
Miss Virginia McQueen. Professor of
English ? Graduate of Austin Prepar
atory and of Illinois State'Normal; A.
B. ^Northwestern University, Graduate
Stmient Unirersity of Chicago aad Co
Miss Alms Budgln Bixxell. Professor
of Mathematics? A . B. Salem College.
Special work Trinity College.
Miss Josie Foy, Professor of Modern
languages Graduate. Littleton Col
leg> . A. B. Trinity CoQeca.
Miss Rosa E. Waddell. Professor of
History? Graduate, Louisburg College;
A. B. Trinity College.
Miss Esther G. L*ynu. Professor of
[Latin ? A. B. Randolph Macon Wom
Edward L. Best. Education ? Univer
sity of North Carolina.
tiflL Arthur W. Moha. Dtraetor of
;M?c; Voice. Piano? Heidelberg Uui
| versity; B. L. Ohio Wesleyan Unirer
Isity; Student Heidelberg Conserva
tory. Ohio Wesleyan Conservatory.
' A merican Conserra tory ; Special stu
dent Carleton Hackett.
Miss Ruth Hall. Professor of Piano
Theory ? Graduate Louis bur? Coll-"g?.
j and Student with Frank La Frag*. New
Miss Sallie Hanson Petty. Professor
jof Piano. Voice, History ? Southern Coa
servatory of Music.
Miss Burdette Carlton Joyner. School
, of Art ? Graduate of Oxford College;
Studied la New York.
Miss Catherine Padwick. School of
' E xpraaston and Athletics ? Graduate of
Keat School and of Curry School of
T~ i wwion. Boston.
j Miss Musa Lee Wilson. Home Eeo
I romics and Science ? Graduate AmKt
J Miss Genevieve Pelts. School of
j Business ? Columbia College and Loaia
t urg College.
| Mrs. H. P. Guffy. Traiaed Saxse:
1 and Matron ? Graduate Trained Xarea
f-r leads Hospital. Post -Graduate Or
! thopedlc. Philadelphia, x
Olbtn ?f AMsfetratlea
Arthar W. Mohn. President ai
Miss Sallie P. Betts, Dean of W?-|
Miss Geaerlere Pelts. Secretary and j
' I bookkeeper.
Miss Cat lk line Psdwick. \
Mias Pauline Eaaoa aad Miss
I; A Crowell. Eibrartaaa.
The Rev. O. F. Smith. Cbaplaia
S. P. Bart. M. D.. Ctollega PVrsi
lhar caa eater school this fan.
Board of Health of FraakMa
at tta last meeting pane*
Attaad to this matter aad aava Uaa |
J. E MAI-ONE.
. .ealth onear.
??NKTAn TO TOBACCO 6MW
1^. , i
Every tobacco grower who has Join
ed Oo-ayeratlve Marketing aad has.
not mallad the card seat him. dwig ?
natiajt Ua place
his tobacco aad
his tobacco sad taralshiag the other
inftormatloa asked should do so at
onca aa this Is very important . If ytm
have loat yoar card or have aot re
ci lied one report same to Mr. O. C.
hurg. M. C. so that he saay get the
matter straight eaed oat for yea at
once. This Is vary Importaat aad
should ha atteaded to bow.
f?HL ?fHS Sin. itw.
School will opM? on. Sept..
5. and ?? >?>? all tke ckUdm win he
La achool that day Patroaa will
by the 3tU<
we will he conptlM to
ta a matter ot whiek 'we kan
*rol. *? will sake aa tiv
will be uffeiad o* aay day ta the |
weec pin <ni| tke ope* tax of school .
Please *o~ mot watt eatil tie opeaiag
day. as ao oae will have time to offer >
mmiMtloM that day.
Book lists win be ready by Jtoadar. ?
Aagast 21. Please attend to the book
(aestioa before the opeatag day: tt I
will sare a (T?at M ot saleable uu- j
Bit; rtuirx list stati fiii !
Rilwgh. Acs. 15. ? Premiums total
Use C53C. TS. as xmoMBt 5# per c?U i
j in excess of what has erer before beea I
1 offered at a North Carolina Ftir, are
lieted la the (rehln list, of the six
ty-ln* NortST^iroKiu State Fair oa
October 1S-11 wWb has bee
oat to all kaow-B exhibitors br
ager E. V. Walbora. Already t5*?"
at tkr ratal ogata -faaee beea mailed
oat ud the deemad tbr Ufa Is brisk,
although the eatry lists will not open
?atil September 1.
A Horse Show, with prises aggre
i gating Jl.t# and a Doc Show. u>
j prixe- -qaal to half that ansoeat will
i be offered, will be distinct asoTi
liar > a: the rest Fair, bat for the meet
part tie taeniae in the u-tal amoant
ot ,-fiaas has beea ohtaiaed by
a?--> :.b?eal awards offend far the
H??w, ia addition to the Bone
Show -? ad Doc Show. ^.xmI tocatha
ia being P"a this rear to the noiag
ITKria and la order to make the
rac - i^nicahrly attractive a total ot
(&.*?*> been offered ia parses, the
aBt-as-. betas more thaa twice what
was ered last year.
Ia ?11 other departments. the gecer
al ice-ease ot 5* per cent has bees
| rather dosehr adfcered to ia the prera
mrr > offered While the same depart
Bents iiw bm retained, the orps
: ixatioa of the Pair has beea made
> more compact and the prfiaia tist
! Iuls beea revised to coalorm to these
changes in orgaaixatioa. The aew
catalogae has beea carefalty iadexei
facilitating ready lefceace to preot
lams offered ia aay deparuaeat aad
rales aad regalaticms p>nnia< the
Departments at the Fair tor
with the saperiateadents aad
the total ot precaiams offered, follow;
Speed. Dr. Htlll. Raleigh.
S^*M. Honn. R S. Cartis. ItlHQ
H** Cattle. R. S. Cartis. Ralegh.
Swine. R. S. Cartis. Rxietc*
U JH Sheep. R. S. Cartis. Raletgii
H*K Poaltry. Pet Stock aad Eggs.
Allen C OM-rer Raletgk. SUIT ; Field
I Crop*. C. B. Williams. Rale*b. K
I Ml- Si. Vocational Agncmltare Schools
' Roy Thoaaaa. BaMgk KM: Bors aad
Girts Ctaha. S. J. Kirbr. Raleigh. S1
!*U; Ve^eeabJeek. W. N. Ran. *?
Ead. tUtm^.Sh Caliaary.
Raleigh. J1JS: Dairy
A. Art. Raleigh. ?1?1:
ey. C. I? Saaaa. RaMgh. ?XT
hatd Am. J. R Tewag. tlllj
Arta aad Ckafta. I. J. Blair.
<?1 M I l^i 7 Prmtt
AMOH8 the vehtobs
so** TOC I?W m soi
?? *T now.
r< WW Tm?|
*? Hteka. at
tng bar 4u^t
. Mr- *? f- Dtaa munrt ffct- ,
from a vtett to his'veopie at
Mr Jim T?ct?r was take* to
Rortr Maul hospital dnndfty, wi
he sxnotaUT aafci ? tan aa opwa
ttoa tor appendicitis
Mat Elnaor Perry left Monday Bar
uufcaa* cnr to eajor <V
?ai ' 11 ? a? ~ ??
trip she *<ffl ia the Ne>
Mrs. W. D. Bfcerton baa returaai
'troe a trip to Skntreu and Blowing
I Mr. William Bickett. of Winstoa
j'iIm. waa a rssftor to Louisbur* this
' Miss He>a Craell from the State
Normal Sas been visiting Miss Vlnclaia
I Mr. >ed FVird. Jr.. returned hosaa
Uiiitj from a trip to Western Nortk
Mr. ud Mrs. J. A. Hodges u)d^l
Jr. spea; the wwt end with relatrtaa
Mr. M. T. rctamed Friday
to a visit tc tie Westera part at
Vr< T. W. Bickett. of Raleigh, wm
tie y=es? oi Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Vac
Mr. ui Mrs. G. M. Beam and ch?
drea rraroJ Monday from a visit fia
| Mr. J. S. Lancaster, of Xawtoa.
ja^eat lie week-end with relaurea tm
aa4 Mar Lonisbans.
Mrs, C. A -vRjmtUb d aad Mrs. F.
. E. Lnjsard returned this week from
a t^sk :o Wragbtsville.
| Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Collie. of Ral
eigh. casae o?r Ta?day to attend tho
ot Mr. G. W. Ford.
Mrs. Jila Scott and daughter, Mil
dred. retaraed recently tram a tea
4sys TssU to Wnghtsville Beach.
Messrs. W. H. Tarboroogh and E.
H. MaVow made a flying trip to Ral
etgh Taesday morning on business .
Miss Florence Peele, who is In train
tag a: Vans Hospital. Durham. visit
ed Miss Xellie Cyras the past week.
? Mr. F. * Vheless returned Tues
day trvma Johns Hopkins hospital ta
B^tbsaore. He Is better than when
be ?t?l Vet is aot well yet.
Mess Bettie Mildred Shearin. who
lis (eta visiting her uncles. 1. C.
iCwway. a f Durham. and G. W.
way. ?d Outca. rrtimd home
5fat EXuabeth Reavis who
a a bin party ia Cbarlotta